The Fast Company blog has a fun post about How to Make Love in the Office (now that's an attention-grabbing title). I've only had one office romance... it was about 7 years ago at a place where interoffice dating was frowned upon by management. In hindsight, the secrecy was nine-tenths of the allure, but I'd never do that again... my productivity went down the tubes. My last serious relationship was with a client; actually, he was a company founder with whom I had no day-to-day interaction. Interesting to think about where to draw the line. Working for myself makes it pretty easy; everything I do is project-based, so even direct clients don't stay in client status for long. It's rare enough to meet someone you really click with; usually a solution can be found to pursue the relationship and still maintain professionalism... switch departments, sub-contract out the day-to-day responsibilities if it's with a client, etc. What do you think? Any good office romance stories out there?